OM SRI GURUBHYO NAMAH SRI PARAMAGURUBHYO NAMAH
SRI PARAMESHTHI GURUBHYO NAMAH
Verses 74 to 81 in Second chapter of Varivasya rahasya gives the sampradayartha for sri vidya panchadasi mantra.
This Vidya, having the letters Ha, Ka, Ra, Sa and La are the progenitors of Ether, (Vyoma, Akasha) Air ( Vayu) Fire ( Agni), Water ( Jala) and Earth ( Pruthvi) respectively. Ra is the part of forming Hreem.
These elements Akasha has the quality of Sound
Vayu has the quality of Sparsha
Agni has the quality of Roopa
Jala has the quality of Rasa
Prythvi has the quality of Gandha
Akasha being all pervading its quality Shabdha is also in other 4 elements. Similarly, the quality of Vayu Sparsha is also in other three elements.
Now : Akasha is Sound
Vayu is Sound and Sparsha
Agni is Sound, sparsha an Roopa
Jala is Sound, sparsha an Roopa, Rasa
Prithvi Sound, sparsha an Roopa, Rasa, Gandha
Quality of Akasha is in all 5 elements
Quality of Vayu is in 4 elements
Quality of Agni is in 3 elements
Quality of Jala is in 2 elements
Quality of Prithvi is in 1 elements
Further 5 letters represent Sound ( Shabdha) Four letters, Touch ( Sparsha) three letters, Forms ( Roopa) two letters Taste ( Rasas) one letter Smell ( Gandha)
In Panchadasi Mantra there are 5 ‘Ha”
In Panchadasi Mantra there are 4 ‘I”
In Panchadasi Mantra there are 3 ‘refa”
In Panchadasi Mantra there are 2 ‘sa”
In Panchadasi Mantra there are 1 ‘la”
Two ‘Ha” s in second group and three Hreem has “HA” total 5
One “I” in First group and three HREEM has “I” total 4
“Refa” is in all HREEM ‘s and hence 3
One “sa” in second group and one ‘sa” in third group total 2
Three ‘la” one in each group but considers as 1, because in Sri Chakra there are three lines in BHUPURA considered as 1
Ha represents Sound & Akasha 5
I represents Sparsha & Vayu 4
Refa Represents Roopa & Agni 3
Sa represents Rasa & Jala 2
La represents Gandha & Prithvi. 1
The four SparSa-s / vayu originate from the three Kamakala-s one each in three groups and one independent “I” in first group.
Three “La” also signify three worlds.
Three “Ka” represents three kinds of Upasakas, known as Sakala-s, Pralayakala-s and Vijnanakevala-s –
Sri Bhaskaramakhi has not explained these Upasanas. As I understand this may be Samayins, Koulas, Mishrachara.
There are 10 “akara” s denote the several species of living beings
“E” the 11 th Vowel is the very life of the Vidya, denotes life itself.
Rudra, Isvara and Sadafiva are indicated by the
three Bindu-s. Santi, Sakti and Sambhu are signified
by the three Nada-s. HREEM has bindu as well nada.
Yogini Hridaya has a sloka which reads:
SVARA VYANJANA BHEDENA SAPTATRIMSHATVA BHEDINI
SAPTATRIMSHATVA BHEDENA SHATTRIMSHA SVAROOPNI
TATVAATEETA SVABHAAVAA CA VIDYESHA BHAVYATE SADAA
KA, LA, HA, SA, KA, HA, LA, SA, KA, LA, – Here there are 10 akaras
KA LA HA SA KA HA LA SA KA LA – These are 10 consonants
E 1 Vowel
I three in HREEM and 1 in first group 4
Hakaras in Hreem 3
Refa in Hreem 3
Bindu in Hreem 3
Padas or Nadas 3
There is another way also to get 37
This 37 represents 36 Tatvas and 37 th is Tatvateeta Parabrahma.
On some other occasion we will know detail of these 36 Tatvas.
Yogini Hrudaya relates these 37 Tatvas in Sri Chakra sanketa also.
Very interesting is Manas, Buddhi, Ahankara are three among these 36 Tatvas and CHITTA is not included !!!!!.
There is no difference between cause and its effect, between the thing signified ( Vacya) and the word which signifies it ( Vachaka) and between Brahman and the Universe, so also the universe and this Vidya, that is Sri Vidya. This is sampradayartha.
NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRAHMAN & UNIVERSE
NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN UNIVERSE & SRI VIDYA
BRAHMAN IS SRIVIDYA- BRAHMAN IS ATMAN – ATMAN IS SRIVIDYA.
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1st meaning – Gayathri
2nd meaning – Bhavartha
3rd meaning – Sampradayartha
4th meaning – Nigarbha artha
5th meaning – Kaulikartha
6th meaning – Sarva Rahasyartha
7th meaning – Mahatatvartha
LOKA SAMASTA SUKHINO BHAVANTU SAMASTA SANMANGALANI BHAVANTU
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